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New Donkey Kong game reportedly in the works at a Nintendo legend

New Donkey Kong game reportedly in the works at a Nintendo legend

Donkey Kong is one of Nintendo's longest-running franchises, and it happens to be turning a whopping 40 years old in 2021. While we probably won't get the big anniversary celebrations we see for franchises like Mario and Pokemon, a new report today claims that Nintendo is planning to release a new Donkey Kong game in the near future. Not only that, but Nintendo apparently has one of its best developers on the project as well.

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HTC teases new VR hardware to be released next week

HTC teases new VR hardware to be released next week

HTC will announce a pair of enterprise-focused VR headsets at an event next week called Vivecon, according to a report. Ahead of the event, HTC has been doing some teasing of the coming hardware but has offered little in the way of detail. The report says the company will be launching a virtual reality headset called the Vive Focus 3 Business Edition, which is a standalone VR device.

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Qualcomm might be plotting a 5G, Android-based Nintendo Switch rival

Qualcomm might be plotting a 5G, Android-based Nintendo Switch rival

There's no lack of strange rumors and reports in the consumer electronics industry, but every once in a while, we get one that seems to come entirely out of left field. Today, one of those rumors is making the rounds, and it pegs Qualcomm as a potential Nintendo competitor. Apparently, the SoC manufacturer is looking at making a Nintendo Switch rival, and it could be here by this time next year.

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Rumor says Apple will finally cram larger batteries into the iPhone

Rumor says Apple will finally cram larger batteries into the iPhone

One of the bigger complaints that Apple iPhone fans of had over the last few generations is that Apple continues to rely on smaller batteries than much of its competition. A new rumor circulating claims Apple is finally ready to add larger batteries to the iPhone line when the iPhone 13 launches. The rumor also says the iPhone 13 will have several design changes and efficiency improvements.

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If this March Apple event leak is true, OnePlus has reason to worry

If this March Apple event leak is true, OnePlus has reason to worry

Now that March is here, we're getting into spring reveal event territory, and today we may have learned the date for the next Apple event. Assuming today's rumor turns out to be true, that event could just be a couple of weeks away. We're also hearing about the devices Apple might announce during this event, so thanks to think leak, we could already have a very good idea of what to expect from Apple's next event.

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Expect even more Square Enix remakes in the future

Expect even more Square Enix remakes in the future

There's no question that Final Fantasy VII Remake was one of the biggest games of 2020 - at least among PS4 owners - so now it shouldn't come as a surprise that we're hearing of even more Square Enix remakes that are in the pipeline. Apparently, Square Enix has tapped Forever Entertainment to produce a slate of several new remakes, but for now, just what those remakes are is being kept under wraps.

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New MacBook Air could lead Apple’s long-awaited apology to power users

New MacBook Air could lead Apple’s long-awaited apology to power users

A lot of rumors have been swirling about incoming MacBook updates lately, and today we have a particularly juicy report to sink our teeth into. Just as Apple is rumored to be updating the MacBook Pro significantly, so too is it apparently looking to make some big changes to the MacBook Air. The first big change is rumored to be a switch back to MagSafe chargers.

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iPhone 12, AirTags mass production on the horizon

iPhone 12, AirTags mass production on the horizon

You might think that the COVID-19 pandemic would have a major impact on production of Apple's 2020 iPhone lineup, but a new report today is saying that at least one iPhone model could be be entering mass production later this month. Apple, of course, is widely expected to offer a range of 5G iPhones this year, with numerous reports saying that there will be four 5G iPhones in all. Though mass production on these iPhones will be a little delayed, it definitely doesn't sound like it's as bad as it could have been.

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Galaxy S21 Ultra S Pen tipped as Samsung shreds the Note

Galaxy S21 Ultra S Pen tipped as Samsung shreds the Note

The Galaxy Note line has long served as Samsung's fall flagship, but a new report today is claiming that Samsung may choose to phase it out beginning next year. If that happens, we could potentially see the S-Pen - the accessory that the Galaxy Note made its name on - come to the mainline Galaxy S series, with Samsung merging the two lines, so to speak.

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Apple subscription bundles may finally arrive with iPhone 12

Apple subscription bundles may finally arrive with iPhone 12

For a number of years now, Apple has been building out its subscription offerings. It seems like Apple has a subscription for pretty much everything these days, whether it's news, music, games, and now even TV, and it's a lot to keep up with if you're waist-deep in the Apple ecosystem. Apple may be looking to simplify the subscription process by rolling out a number of bundles, much in the same way Amazon bundles its various services with Prime.

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Hyper Scape reportedly Ubisoft’s first foray into battle royale

Hyper Scape reportedly Ubisoft’s first foray into battle royale

Over the past several years, we've seen numerous game developers and publishers attempt to successfully enter the battle royale space. Few have succeeded in making a splash, but the ones that have - Fortnite, PUBG, and Apex Legends, specifically - have become immensely popular games. It looks like Ubisoft may soon try its hand at the battle royale genre, if a new leak today is to be believed.

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iOS 14 may include a guided workout app

iOS 14 may include a guided workout app

The launch of the Apple Watch represented something of a health-focused shift for Apple. The watch allows people to track their activity, track their heart rate, and log work outs, but in iOS 14, we might see Apple take things one step further. Apparently, Apple is planning to launch a guided workout app with iOS 14 as a separate offering from its existing Activity app.

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